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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 18

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  • Edo Assembly hails Buhari over release of 21 Chibok girls
  • Ikeja Electric appeals to customers on power outage
  • Obiano offers automatic employment to physically-challenged graduates in Anambra
  • Archbishop Obinna worries over kidnapping, robbery, poor economy
  • Petrol sells above N145 per litre in 15 states
  • Senator Enoh condemns communal conflict in C-River
  • Saudi to jail overstaying pilgrims
  • Orbih alleges complicity by INEC, security agents, in Edo election
  • Godogodo death toll hits 40, as mob hacks 14 herdsmen dead
  • CIA blames Nigeria’s woes on inefficient administration
  • Akpobolokemi: How NIMASA committees laundered billions – EFCC
  • Crude oil price dips as IEA reports supply increase
  • Government needs to change its politics – Dangote
  • 162 widows of slain Civilian JTF members get relief materials
  • Gov Bello suspends pilgrim board boss; invites DSS
  • National Assembly broke, borrows to pay workers
  • EFCC detains Fani-Kayode’s wife, baby inside bank in Ekiti
  • Recession: Nigerian mogul, Femi Otedola Loses $1.3bn in value
  • Two judges in EFCC net over bribes from lawyers
  • Obanikoro surrenders to Anti-graft Commission, detained for interrogation
  • Power generation dips to 4,157.8 MW
  • Alleged N40bn fraud: EFCC re-arraigns Nyako, son, others
  • Senate blasts Refugees Commission over state of IDP camps
  • Man chops off neighbour’s ear over plantain
  • Itse Sagay panel re-opens Halliburton case
  • China overtakes U.S. again as world’s top crude importer
  • US Embassy owes Reps apologies
  • Oando Marketing changes name to OVH Energy Marketing
  • Senate committee backs CBN’s monetary policies
  • Naira extends gain on parallel market as overnight NIBOR spikes


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